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Events

  • FLY FISHING

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — One annual event is sure to be a catch every time.

    The 12th annual Kentuckiana Fly Fishing Show, presented by Derby City Fly Fishers, took place recently at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    Fly fishing clubs from around the area, reaching as far as Cincinnati and Evansville, set up tables to meet with other groups.

    Kids were able to design their own jigs with the help of Derby City volunteers while parents shopped, talked to other fishermen and women and even practiced their fly casts.

  • Valentine Gala: packages to be part of silent auction this year

     The American Red Cross in Bullitt and Spencer counties will host their 19th annual Valentine Gala on Saturday, Feb. 11.

  • Healthy Heart again raises awareness to deadly disease

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — Heart décor in the stores doesn’t just mean it’s time for Valentine’s Day.

    Ten years ago, the Healthy Hearts Wear Red luncheon began with 26 people coming to a lunch and learn. Last year, the event sold out of all 300 tickets.

  • Legislators to be in MW for Town Hall Saturday

     Bullitt County legislators will host a coffee and town hall with their constituents.

    The coffee and town hall will be held on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 9 a.m.

    It will be at the Mount Washington City Annex Building off Branham Way.

    Rep. James Tipton, Rep. Russell Webber, Rep. Dan Johnson and Sen. Dan Seum will be on hand.

    They will discuss the recent passage of legislation during the first week of the 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.

  • Visitors amazed at ‘new’ school

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—The building may be new but the memories were still present during the Mount Washington Elementary Community Open House on Sunday.

    Former teachers, administration, students and neighbors made their way out to the newly renovated school to walk through the new hallways and remember how far the school has come.

    Major changes to the school includes the new hardwood floor gym with bleachers, an expanded cafeteria, a more secluded library and computer lab, an office suite and, most noticeable, four walls and a door for every classroom.

  • Public invited to view ‘new’ Mt. Washington Elem. Sunday

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — After braving renovations for 16 months, Mount Washington Elementary School is ready to show off what they’re made of.

    According to Principal Terri Lewis, one of the largest changes visitors will see is the enclosed floor plan.

  • STEM students get to display ‘eggsiting’ experience to public

     HEBRON ESTATES - Bullitt County Public Schools students received an opportunity to branch out and come out of their shells thanks to a new STEM challenge at the 2017 District Science Fair.

    The district hosted its first district-wide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) challenge at Hebron Middle School for teams of students from BCPS middle and high schools.

  • Helping Others

    The Shepherdsville Santa program assisted over 114 families during the holiday season.

    Volunteers helped to prepare the food baskets. And local businesses assisted with making sure there were funds to provide the items to place in the food and toy baskets.

    A car show each fall is a major fund-raiser for the giveaway.

    This is the fifth year for Shepherdsville Santa.

  • Santa visits the fire department

    The Shepherdsville Fire Department hosted Breakfast with Santa. It has become annual event as children and their families can meet Santa and enjoy a nice meal.

  • BRINGING IN the NEW YEAR

        Just because midnight might be too late for the younger crowd to stay up, doesn’t mean they should have to miss out on counting down to a new year.
        The Bullitt County Public Libraries created their own solution: A Noon Year’s Eve Party.
        With plenty of noisemakers, balloons and bubbles to spare, participants gathered at Ridgway Memorial Library in Shepherdsville to dance, eat cupcakes, play games and, most importantly, ring the New Year at a more age-appropriate time.